Add mee sua charsiu or roast pork belly and beansprouts if using. Steve Hecht Permalink.
The noodles are now ready to be used in making a plate of Fried Mee Suah. Serve immediately. Dish out and serve with garnishing sprinkled on top.
Mee Suah Flour Vermicelli. You declare that the images you submit are your own images or you have the proper rights to transmit them to us without violating any copyrights or trademarks.
Friday, January 11, 2013. Boil some water in a pot, preferably with a pot strainer.
Heat some oil just enough to cover one skein of the mee sua over medium low heat. I did not use dark soy sauce. Jeannie Tay Sunday, January 13, 2013.
All rights for all materials contributed by me in these pages are fully reserved. During a ladies confinement period, just after child-birth, this noodles are cooked in soup, with lots of ginger and Chinese wine, and usually with some meat, added. You can view more images from The Bonding Tool at Flickr - thebondingtool.
Add in fried vermicelli from step 3 and red capsicum. Do not stir at this point or the noodles will break up!
Agree Close Submit. Hello Joyce, I loves food blogging.... Omit eggs, meat and seafood to enjoy a vegetarian variation.
Anonymous Permalink. My beloved late mom would cook for us a bowl of this noodle soup, whenever we are down with fever or flu, and usually she would break an egg in the soup, and it will be served all nice and round and so delicious with the noodles with a splash of soy sauce. I enjoyed reading about the cultural aspect of these noodles--which I have never cooked with!
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Joyce, I used to order fried mee suah at Aunty Nat restaurant. If you wish to use any of my materials for any purposes, please contact me at thebondingtool. Cheesysurprise Oh but meesua in a tasty soup is the best. Turn off the heat and immediately add garlic chives, tossing it until the garlic chives are slightly wilted.